The city of Lompoc is looking for suggestions from community members on development of a Local Roads Safety Plan (LRSP).

Lompoc residents are invited to complete a short Local Roads Safety Plan (LRSP) survey, and/or provide information on unsafe driving, walking or biking locations via an interactive map. Comments are being accepted through Oct. 11.

The comprehensive LRSP document will help guide the city of Lompoc in the selection and implementation of safety improvements, and will enable eligibility for funding in future grant applications.

The process of preparing an LRSP creates framework to systematically identify and analyze local safety problems and recommend engineering safety improvements for future funding. The goals of the city of Lompoc in implementing this plan are as follows:

– Strive toward zero fatal and severe injury collisions citywide by 2030.

– Improve safety around schools through a connected multimodal system, enhanced crossings, education and enforcement.

– Reduce speeding collisions through engineering, enforcement, education, and emerging technologies strategies.

– Reduce pedestrian and bicycle collisions through enhanced crossings, multi-modal accommodations, and lighting.

– Improve community health and vitality with a safe and sustainable multi-modal roadway system for all users.

Lompoc is asking community members to navigate to the LRSP project web page to complete the survey and add in any locations they think need safety improvements on the Social Pinpoint Interactive Map.

Hard-copy surveys are available as an alternative to the online survey at Lompoc City Hall, the Lompoc Public Library, Dick DeWees Community and Senior Center, and Anderson Recreation Center. The LRSP site and survey can be accessed at:

Direct questions about the project or survey to Lompoc city staff, 805-875-8261.